Category: Fringe 2011

Fringe 2011

Fringe: Garden Opening – 16 Feb

the Garden really does act as an equaliser for a diversity of people; the performers and audience members both interacting within the lavish intimacy and eclecticism of the Garden. Above anything else, it is a delight simply to sprawl underneath the branches of a tree and soak up the many sights, sounds and flavours.

KRYZTOFF’S FRINGE UNPACKED – MUSIC PICK PREVIEWS

With every known genre of music on offer during the 2012 Fringe, Kryztoff now helps you sort out the best, especially for those looking to do the Fringe thing and try out something a bit new. See our 15 best.

KRYZTOFF’S FRINGE UNPACKED – DANCE PICK PREVIEWS

Away from the obvious at The Garden exists the Fringe’s Dance program. Here are our top six picks.

KRYZTOFF FRINGE UNPACKED – THEATRE PICK PREVIEWS

Need your Fringe unpacked – well here is Kryztoff’s guide to this year’s Fringe Theatre program. Check it out and coming soon, how to win free tickets to Fringe shows with Kryztoff

RAW: OzAsia – Rhinoceros in Love – National Theatre of China

Definitely a unique experience, ‘Rhinoceros in Love’ is best left for true fans of experimental Chinese theatre. 2.5K

RAW: Cabaret Fringe – A Night of Dangerous Liasons, The Prom – 4K

A celebration of powerful femininity. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Fringe Preview

The Cabaret Fringe is an open access festival, with everybody welcome to produce their own show and register to be a part of it. As always, there is a diverse mix of entertainment on offer, with both local and interstate acts included in the programme. This year there is also a string of shows which have a very international and multi-cultural flavour to them.

RAW: Elevate – Higher Ground – Cab Fringe Preview

Last night’s vignettes of what patrons can expect at this year’s Cabaret Fringe Festival augur well for a strong season when it kicks off on Wednesday with its Royal Gala at the Promethean.